Condoleezza Rice, 67, has had a long career in politics, full of twists and turns. The former Secretary of State became a rather famous public figure during the George W. Bush administration of the 2000s. However, since leaving Washington in 2009, Rice has lived a very low-key life.
Rice became the first Black woman to serve as the United States’ National Security Adviser. Today, however, she’s not involved in the ongoings of the White House or The Hill. With that said, she still has her hands full.